ATLANTA, GA (PRWEB) June 1, 2004
John J. TerrisÂs novel, 'Eidolon 631' is a surrealistic expression of a physical and metaphysical universe in which science and spiritualism combine to create a highly innovative and technically challenging story expressing the conflict in mankindÂs eternal struggle between our nature and our moral and ethical ideologies. Jeremiah is Eidolon 631 - a modified biological field agent in the service of the DEM, and a soldier of the Protectorate sworn to uphold "The Protocols": the fundamental, inherent moral and ethical laws that maintain the harmonious flow of energy throughout "The Grid." After establishing himself as a highly effective field agent, Jeremiah is assigned the duty of trainer and mentor for a talented new recruit, Ezekiel - Eidolon 718. Unknown to both men, the sequence of events that brought them together will reveal a horrible secret that could tear apart the very fabric of creation, forcing Jeremiah to make the ultimate decision: whether to carry out his duty, or sacrifice his own life to follow his conscience.
About the author: John J. Terris began writing at age 26, inspired by the works of Phillip K. Dick, Frank Herbert, William Burroughs Jr., Jack Kerouac, Hubert Selby Jr. and Charles Bukowski. John is a native Georgian and currently a resident of Atlanta, where he is finishing his second book.